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The Use of Botox Injections to Treat Migraines

The Use of Botox Injections to Treat MigrainesNew studies find that Botox may have added benefits in addition to being a filler. In the studies, Botox injections caused fewer side effects than any other headache drugs, and they are proven to be twice as helpful in providing relief to people who suffer from headaches more than 15 days out of a month.

Dr. Paul M. Parker at the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery in Paramus, New Jersey commonly use injectables in their Beaura Spa treatments.

Botox prevents certain nerves from sending signals to muscles in the head and neck, causing the muscles to relax and temporarily stop contracting. This desensitizing of the muscles is the effect that allows patients to find relief from the debilitating neurological condition known as a migraine.